Friday, Nov 05

Top 10 – Must Visit Places In Pahang

By Shawn Tan

Pahang – Must Visit Places

Pahang is a major Malaysian state on the peninsula. It is noted for its mountains, jungles, and beaches, especially Tioman Island’s white sands and coral reefs off the east coast. Kuantan, the state capital, has a significant seaport. The Cameron Highlands, in the west, are home to resorts, tea plantations, and terraced farms, while Fraser’s Hill town is reminiscent of an English hamlet.

1. Genting Highlands

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Operating Hours: Open 24Hours (Everyday)
Address: Genting Highlands, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang.  View On Map

Genting Highlands is a cold hill station located in the fresh mountain air and surrounded by a magnificent 100-million-year-old rainforest. It boasts indoor and outdoor entertainment parks, an 18-hole golf course, a casino, and more, all located between a magnificent 100 million-year-old rainforest, just 45 minutes from KL City. Genting Highlands is also perfect for adventurers, with attractions such as virtual reality games, Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park, and cable car rides.


2. Chin Swee Caves Temple

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Rating: 4.6/5 (Very Good)
Operating Hours: Open 9AM – 6PM (Everyday)
Address: Exit 68, Genting Sempah, Pahang, 28750 Bentong.  View On Map

Chin Swee Caves Temple is a Taoist temple located in Genting Highlands on a 28-acre stretch of rocky forest ground, where locals come for religious rites and to enjoy the peaceful ambience. It was built in memory of Reverend Master Chin Swee, a Buddhist monk from Fujian Province known for his ability to conjure rain and ward off bad spirits.


3. BOH Tea Centre

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Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No Delivery
Operating Hours: Open 8.30AM – 6PM (Monday Close)
Address: Brinchang, 39000 Brinchang, Pahang.  View On Map

In recent years, BOH Tea Centre Sungai Palas in Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, has become a famous tourist attraction and a must-see attraction. The Sungei Palas Tea Facility is known for its mesmerising tea gardens and panoramic views from the tea centre, which is home to BOH Plantations, Malaysia’s largest tea producer. The iconic 20-foot overhanging balcony of the Sungei Palas Tea Centre, which also serves as a viewing deck, is a sight to see while enjoying a cup of tea.


4. Bukit Tinggi

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Elevation: 800 m
Operating Hours: Open 24Hours (Everyday)
Address: 28750 Bentong, Pahang.  View On Map

Bukit Tinggi Bentong is a tiny town in Pahang, Malaysia’s Bentong district. This little town, located along the Kuala Lumpur–Karak Expressway, is known for its well-known restaurants, which attract visitors from Genting Highlands. The buildings are inspired by European castles, giving visitors a unique experience in Malaysia. Colmar Tropicale, a French-themed town, is located in the town itself.


5. Taman Negara

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Entrance Fee: RM 5
Operating Hours: Open 9AM – 5.30PM (Everyday)
Address: 27000 Kuala Tahan, Pahang.  View On Map

Taman Negara is a big national park on the Malay peninsula in Malaysia. It is home to a vast tropical rainforest estimated to be 130 million years old. The major access point, Kuala Tahan, serves as a base for surrounding canopy walkways, river cruises, and jungle climbs to the summit of Mt. Tahan. Tigers, macaques, and birds, as well as the massive blooms of the rafflesia plant, call the park home.


6. Mossy Forest

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Entrance Fee: RM 5 – RM 30
Operating Hours: Open 9AM – 4.30PM (Everyday)
Address: 59, Brinchang, 39100 Brinchang, Pahang.  View On Map

Mossy forest is a type of natural habitat found exclusively at the highest elevations of the Cameron Highlands and other Malaysian mountain ranges. Low-level clouds in the sky, driven by winds, bathe the forests in a continual mist and dampness, producing a perfect biotope for moss, ferns, lichen, and orchids at such altitudes.


7. Cameron Lavender Garden

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Entrance Fee: RM 8 – RM 15
Operating Hours: Open 9AM – 6PM (Everyday)
Address: 39000 Brinchang, Pahang.  View On Map

Lavender Garden (also known as Cameron Lavender) is located on the major road between Tringkap and Kuala Terla villages. And it’s 9 kilometers from Brinchang town. Allow yourself to be dazzled by the vibrant sea of flowering flowers. Also, enjoy a cup of hot tea while admiring the beautiful greenery.


8. Big Red Strawberry Farm

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Entrance Fee: FREE
Operating Hours: Open 8.30AM – 5.30PM (Everyday)
Address: 39000 Brinchang, Pahang.  View On Map

All tourists to Cameron Highlands should visit to Big Red Strawbery Farm. The town of Brinchang is within walking distance. It’s more than simply a farm with everything it has to offer tourists,  enjoying a nutritious food and drink at their café. The gaems and rides at Big Red Strawberry Farm are suited for visitors of all ages, and the youngsters will love them undoubtedly.


9. Agro-Technology Park

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Entrance Fee: Rm 2.50 – RM 6.50
Operating Hours: Open 8AM – 5PM (Tuesday Close)
Address: JKR266, Jalan Persiaran Endah, Tanah Rata, Pahang, 39000 Tanah Rata.  View On Map

One of the eight MARDI Agricultural Research and Innovation Centres is Agrotechnology Park. In keeping with the station’s theme, ‘Centre for Sustainable Highland Agriculture,’ its research activities are primarily focused on highlands agriculture. The English Garden, Herb Garden, Orchid Garden, Rose Garden, research centre, and information centre are the six primary sections. Tourists may also buy gifts at the information centre.


10. Cactus Point Brinchang

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Entrance Fee: FREE
Operating Hours: Open 10AM – 5PM (Tuesday Close)
Address: 42, jalan, Brinchang, 39000 Brinchang, Pahang.  View On Map

Cactus Point is one of Cameron Highlands’ oldest flower nurseries, stocking and selling a wide range of cacti as well as native and exotic plants, some of which are adaptable to lowland circumstances and others which are entirely highland in character. Orchids, ferns, pitcher plants, Tillandsia (air plants), Venus fly traps, Geraniums, and baby cactus are also popular flora items.




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